Poncho was a bandit

The campground at Organ Pipe, surprisingly, nearly overflowed with RVs, big travel trailers, camper vans, and a few folks—like me—in tents. Where all those vehicles went during the day, I don’t know, but I saw very few of them on the park roads. They were far outnumbered on the roads by Border Patrol pickups, SUVs, and quad ATVs racing around and kicking up dust.

Fortunately, very little traffic of any kind appeared on the Mount Ajo loop, not even the BP.

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4 response to "Poncho was a bandit"

  1. By: gregblood Posted: March 2, 2019

    Without doubt, these are some of the most stunning desert pictures I’ve ever seen. In fact, some of the most stunning pictures of any kind I’ve ever seen. I want to go back there.

  2. By: Suzanne Posted: March 2, 2019

    Just wow! Stunning pics! And all that sun,too. Must have been a great ride.

  3. By: Scooter Posted: March 2, 2019

    Really great. We’re going to have to fit this into one of our tours down there. I’m embarrassed to realize I didn’t know what an organ pipe was before now, and that it’s different than the saguaro.

  4. By: The Navigator Posted: March 2, 2019

    Beautiful pics – must have been so nice to ride in the sun and have the road to yourself part of the time in ‘high season’. Glad all the campers were elsewhere. I like landscapes where texture is just as interesting as the colour.

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